How to Stream Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy Home
There is no doubt that Samsung finally unveiled a Bixby-powered smart speaker - the Galaxy Home, which is built to compete against the likes of the Amazon Echo, Apple HomePod and Google Home.
The new Galaxy Home brings together Bixby, amazing sound, and elegant design, which contains six speakers and a subwoofer for surround sound, complete with tuning and audio technology from AKG and Harman — two Samsung-owned companies. When the Bixby voice assistant is called into action, there are eight microphones to pick up your voice, even from a distance.
Features of Samsung Galaxy Home
As Apple did with the HomePod, Samsung is touting the Galaxy Home first and foremost as an excellent listening speaker, with multidirectional tweeters, a full subwoofer, and some neat audio-optimization tricks.
Spotify is Samsung's new streaming-music partner, which means you'll be able to control Spotify music playback with Bixby. The device will also serve as a hub for smart home gadgets using the SmartThings platform.
That is to say, you can stream Spotify Music files via Samsung Galaxy Home easily and freely if you have an account, whether free or premium.
If you have an Apple Music subscription and don't want to subscribe to Spotify, how about playing Apple Music songs on Samsung Galaxy Home? Follow the next step-by-step guide, and you will find the solution.
Method 1: Stream Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy Home via Bluetooth
Yes, this method is very simple. What you need is just one setting step. However, this needs your devices which support Apple Music playing working as well.
In the next example, we take the iPhone setting as an example.
Click Settings icon > tap on Bluetooth. Then you will see the Samsung Galaxy Home device after searching and pairing it with iPhone.
Method 2: Transfer Apple Music to Spotify and Then Play Samsung Galaxy Home
It is known that Spotify is the default music player of Samsung Galaxy Home. If we can transfer these Apple Music playlists to Spotify, we can also use Samsung Galaxy Home to play Apple Music files.
Apple Music is streaming music with DRM protection. That is to say. You can't freely transfer them to other audio players even if you have downloaded them for playing offline.
You can't transfer or move these downloaded Apple Music songs to Spotify. If you can remove the annoying DRM, then you can play them on Samsung Galaxy Home easily.
Macsome iTunes Converter is the tool to help you record Apple Music songs. It also provides an ideal solution for converting protected iTunes Audio files, including downloaded Apple Music files, purchased music and Audiobooks from Audible.com and so on.
First of all, free download the Apple Music files you want.
Open your iTunes, and find your whole Apple Music category. And then select the Apple Music files, click "..." to add them to "Playlist". After this, you can choose the Playlist and click the cloud icon to download it to play offline.
Second, free download the latest version of Macsome Apple Music Converter, install and run it.
Third, when you click "+" button, all the music files including the downloaded Apple Music files will be listed, now select them and click "OK", and all the music files has been added. Batch conversion is also supported.
Forth, after you add these music files, click the setting icon to set the output format among MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC.
If it is necessary, you can also reset the output path and output folder.
You can reset the conversion speed. The default one is 10x. You can choose a lower conversion speed if you want a higher audio quality.
Fifth, Click the "Convert" button to start converting.
Finally, Transfer the Converted Apple Music Songs to Spotify.
After the conversion, you use Spotify - Local files to open the whole output folder or some music songs.